She-Hulk: Attorney At Law Funko Pops Continue With Titania

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It's a new week for Funko's Pop figure releases based on Marvel Studios' She-Hulk: Attorney at Law series, which aired its fifth episode "Mean, Green, and Straight Poured into These Jeans" on Disney+ this week. The episode was loaded with the villain Titania (Jameela Jamil), and fans were all about it. So, it's no surprise that Titania takes Funko Pop center stage with a new figure that you can pre-order here at Entertainment Earth now (free US shipping on orders $39+ using the code FALLFREE22 at checkout).

Pre-orders for the episode 3 She-Hulk Wong Funko Pop are also  live here at Entertainment Earth . It is definitely the best looking figure in the She-Hulk wave to date thanks to the addition of the portal. A breakdown of the rest of the current She-Hulk Funko Pop lineup can be found below. 


Given the events of episode 2, it's no surprise that the villain Emil Blonsky / Abomination (Tim Roth) was the Funko Pop release for the episode. The Abomination Funko Pop is available to pre-order here at Entertainment Earth  and here on Amazon. The first wave of She-Hulk Pop figures include Jen Walters (Tatiana Maslany), Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), and Nikki Ramos (Ginger Gonzaga). All of these common Pop figures are also available to pre-order here at Entertainment Earth  and here on Amazon.


The lack of an actual She-Hulk Pop figure this late in the game doesn't make much sense, but Hasbro and Disney have you covered with figures based on Tatiana Maslany's Hulked-out Jennifer Walters character. Hasbro's Marvel Legends figure looks especially fantastic with a spot-on head sculpt. If only they included an alternate angry head – it would have been perfect. The Disney She-Hulk figure is actually a 12-inch doll, so you have that option as well. There's a She-Hulk for everyone. 

"I think people receive Jen very differently when she's She-Hulk than they do Jen Walters," Maslany told ComicBook about the star attorney's transformation into a green-skinned superhero. "And that's something that Jen, I think feeds off of in a way that she does get, you know, a little hit of confidence. It's fun to be looked at like that. But then at the same time, I feel like she also has a fraudulent sort of feeling around it. Or she doesn't totally feel like she can own that and that people might not be looking at her, but looking at just She-Hulk."


She-Hulk: Attorney at Law is streaming on Disney+ now. The show has been a hit with critics and fans, including our own Jenna Anderson who writes:

"Anchored by Maslany's mesmerizing and masterful performance, the series is unafraid to be genuinely authentic, gleefully weird, and downright clever in a way that's electrifying to watch."